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    Cool 3D photo's (NO glasses required)

    Hey this is my second batch of 3D photo's, however I couldn't post them there because it would violate the rules. Go there if you wanna learn how to see in 3D

    Click Here for the macro 3D shots and to learn how to 3D

    Jessy, My doggie!
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    A 3D Panorama of my house!
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    A Tree, I think....
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    My back garden at the "Golden hour"
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    Jason, These are great too. Btw, I think you are proving your point about P&S cameras, even without the 3D effect.

    TFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by idb View Post
    Jason, These are great too. Btw, I think you are proving your point about P&S cameras, even without the 3D effect.

    TFS

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    Thanks Ian, over a few years I've learnt to use texture, colour and how to compose my pictures, but I think that taking a picture in 3D really forces one to think about distance and shape a lot more.

    Tanks again Ian!
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    nice shots. but sad to say they both look the same to me.. was hoping i would be able to tell 3D on them sense didnt need glasses. but nope they look the same to me.. im blind in one eye so i cant see normal 3D with glasses no depth perception. very nice shots i liked the macro ones.
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    those stereo pictures you use to see that was just a bunch of dots and stuff and you focuse then see a picture...cant see those either lol kinda sucks.cool idea though 3D pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheree View Post
    those stereo pictures you use to see that was just a bunch of dots and stuff and you focuse then see a picture...cant see those either lol kinda sucks.cool idea though 3D pictures.
    Sheree I might be able to make a .gif version of this file , which will give the 3D illusion. I'll try do this for you, but thanks for your comment really appreciate it
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    Very nice effect with a cross eyed method of viewing!
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    Pretty awesome isn't it It also gives the picture a sort or sharpness unmatched by any other 2D picture
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    I like your photos. TFS!

    Here's one I did in 2011.


    3D Star Web - Uvalde, Texas by n222624v, on Flickr
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    Here's one I did and posted just a few days ago with the exact same title you used... "3D Photo-NO glasses required". I think they're so much fun to make.

    Someone posted on my thread that I should put dots between them, which may be a benefit to some, however I find it to be a distraction.

    I found that putting a border around each photo works best for me.



    3D Christmas Tree

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